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[audio]Leonard Barkan: Michelangelo - January 19, 2011 - Kansas City Public Library
Best known for his artistic achievements, Michelangelo not only filled hundreds of sheets with drawings, sketches, and doodles, but he also composed his own words. In Michelangelo: A Life on Paper, author Leonard Barkan vividly narrated the important role the written word played in Michelangeloâs monumental public output. This event occurred at the Central Library at the Kansas City Public Library on January 19, 2011.
Keywords: Leonard Barkan; Michalangelo; artist; author; Kansas City Public Library; event
Downloads: 27
[audio]Charles Hardy: Cowboy in Caracas - Kansas City Public Library
Author and political activist Charles Hardy discussed his book Cowboy in Caracas: A North American Memoir of Venezuela's Democratic Revolution on February 25, 2010, at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main St., Kansas City, MO. A former Catholic priest, Hardy has lived in Venezuela for more than 20 years. He spent eight of those years in a shack made of cardboard and tin in one of Caracas' barrios. In Cowboy in Caracas, Hardy offers a rarely heard perspective on the revolution and the rise of Hugo Chavez ...
Keywords: charles hardy; cowboy in caracas; Venezuela; chavez; socialist; socialism; activism; democracy; kansas city; plaza branch; kansas city public library
Downloads: 11
[audio]What Works in Urban Education: Eric Hanushek - Kansas City Public Library
Tom Bloch, author of Stand for the Best and co-founder of Kansas City's University Academy, and the school partner with the Kansas City Public Library to host a series of thought-provoking presentations by national experts titled What Works in Urban Education. The first talk in this series features Eric Hanushek, the Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and a leading expert on educational policy specializing in the economics and finance of schools...
Keywords: eric hanushek; tom bloch; urban education; reform; kansas city public library
Downloads: 19
[audio]Karole Armitage - Kansas City Public Library
Through her brilliant 36-year career, Armitage has created dances for numerous companies including the Paris Opera Ballet, White Oak Dance Project, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, Lyon Opera Ballet, the Washington Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the Rambert Dance Company. This event took place on April 2, 2009 at the Central Library, 14 W...
Keywords: karole armitage; dance; choreography; ballet; kansas city public library
Downloads: 26
[audio]Doreen Cronin: Rescue Bunnies - Kansas City Public Library
Doreen Cronin reads from her new book, Rescue Bunnies, a beautifully illustrated story featuring Newbie, a Rescue Bunny trainee. Cronin is also the author of Caldecott Honor Book Click, Clack, Moo. The Caldecott Medal and Caldecott Honors are awarded each year to the artists of the most distinguished picture books. This event took place at the Plaza Branch on September 28, 2010.
Keywords: Doreen Cronin; Rescue Bunnies; bunnies; caldecott; author; children's; kids; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 14
[audio]Desegregating the Bar: 55 Years On - Kansas City Public Library
Judge Howard Sachs, David Achtenberg, and Mamie Hughes join Kansas City Public Library Director Crosby Kemper III for a discussion of the 1955 decision by the Kansas City Bar Association to admit both African Americans and women as members. This event took place on December 8, 2010, at the Central Library in Kansas City, MO.
Keywords: Kansas City; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City Bar Association
Downloads: 9
[audio]Mark E. Neely, Jr. - Abraham Lincoln - Kansas City Public Library
Mark E. Neely, Jr., author of "Lincoln and the Triumph of a Nation", examined charges that Lincoln played fast and loose with the Constitution during his presidency. This event took place on July 26, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Mark Neely; Abraham Lincoln; author; Hail to the Chiefs; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 85
[audio]Michael Schaller: Ronald Reagan - February 3, 2011 - Kansas City Public Library
From this new biography, Schaller gives an account of Reaganâs life, from his small-town upbringing in rural Illinois, through his cinematic success in Hollywood, to his extraordinary rise to the White House. This event occurred at the Central Library of the Kansas City Public Library on February 3, 2011.
Keywords: Michael Schaller; Ronald Reagan; biography; author; actor; Hollywood; Kansas City Public Library
Downloads: 18
[audio]Marc Wortman: The Bonfire - Kansas City Public Library
Author Marc Wortman discusses his new book The Bonfire: The Siege and Burning of Atlanta on February 17, 2010, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO. The Bonfire recounts the battle for Atlanta, known then as "the Gate City of the South," during the summer of 1864 that resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands of Union and Confederate soldiers and ultimately lead to the burning of the city in September 1864.
Keywords: marc wortman; the bonfire; burning; atlanta; author; history; american; civil war; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 22
[audio]Welcome to the Blue Heaven: Jimmy Nielsen - Kansas City Public Library
The Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper known to fans as “The White Puma” joined the Library for the launch of his new memoir Welcome to the Blue Heaven: Don’t Bet Against the Goalkeeper. This event took place on June 20, 2013 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Jimmy Nielsen; soccer; author; Welcome to the Blue Heaven; Sporting Kansas City; MLS; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 13
[audio]Gary Pomerantz: The Devil's Tickets - Kansas City Public Library
Gary Pomerantz talks about his new true crime book set in Kansas City, MO. This event took place on June 24, 2009, at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main St., Kansas City, MO. This true story follows the sensational murder trial of Myrtle Bennett, a glamorous Kansas City housewife who kills her husband over a game of bridge in their Plaza apartment in 1929.
Keywords: Gary Pomerantz; author; event; kansas city; murder; true crime; bridge; myrtle bennett; kansas city public library
Downloads: 60
[audio]Why Does the U.S. Spend So Much Money on Security and Feel So Insecure? - Robert Jervis - Kansas City Public Library
Columbia University’s Robert Jervis maintained that though the United States is now unusually secure, there persists a widespread sense that the world is in fact deeply threatening. This event took place on March 26, 2014 at the Central Branch.
Keywords: Robert Jervis; Columbia University; Park University; Hauptmann Lecture; international policy; foreign policy; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
[audio]Historic House? Museum? The Future of Corinthian Hall - Kansas City Public Library
Christopher Leitch, director of the Kansas City Museum; Lisa Lee, Chicago's Jane Addams-Hull House director; Dennis Domer, University of Kansas professor; and Lori Cox-Paul, from the National Archives and Records Administration, explored Kansas City Museum's transformation from a historic house to museum and its future. The panel also discussed how historic house museums, both locally and nationally, are grappling with issues of preservation, civic responsibility and operations stability.
Keywords: kansas city museum; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 12
[audio]Molly Raphael - Libraries: Essential for Learning, Essential for Life - Kansas City Public Library
American Library Association President Molly Raphael discussed the current social and economic conditions facing libraries and considered some possible changes that will ensure patrons continue to value the services libraries provide. This event took place on October 5, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Molly Raphael; ALA; MLA; libraries; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 6
[audio]Thomas Hart Benton on Tom Sawyer: Re-envisioning Twain in the 20th Century - Kansas City Public Library
From the State Historical Society of Missouri, art historian Joan Stack examined the challenges Benton faced in translating Tom Sawyer into a more modern visual style. This event took place on September 18, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Joan Stack; Mark Twain; Thomas Hart Benton; Tom Sawyer; Big Read; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 16
[audio]True Life, True Grit: Achieve the Honorable - Ike Skelton - Kansas City Public Library
Former U.S. Rep. Ike Skelton joined Library director Crosby Kemper III for a public conversation about his new memoir which chronicles Skelton’s life from his boyhood and a bout with polio to his ascent to the powerful chairmanship of the House Armed Services Committee. This event took place on October 8, 2013 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Ike Skelton; memoir; Big Read; True Grit; politics; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 4
[audio]Writers at Work: Sam Lipsyte - Kansas City Public Library
Author Sam Lipsyte presents the February talk in the Kansas City Public Library's Writers at Work series. This event took place on February 19, 2009 at the Central Library.
Keywords: sam lipsyte; author; kansas city public library
Downloads: 42
[audio]Building the Gigabit City: Brainstorming a Google Fiber Roadmap - Kansas City Public Library
The Social Media Club of Kansas City joined community thought leaders in a public discussion of how Google Fiber high-speed internet can impact the cityâs infrastructure, economy, educational systems, and beyond. This event took place on October 3, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Social Media Group of Kansas City; Google Fiber; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 15
[audio]Randy Roberts and Shannon Phillips Julien - Pittsburg State University - Kansas City Public Library
Archivists Randy Roberts and Shannon Julien discuss their new book, which chronicles the dynamic first century and changing culture of Pittsburg State University, from its start in 1903 as the Auxiliary Manual Training Normal School to an institution with more than 100 academic programs, 7,000 students, and the only gorilla mascot among American universities. This event took place on September 15, 2010, at the Central Library.
Keywords: Randy Roberts; Shannon Julien; Pittsburg State University; kansas; kansas city; history; kansas city public library
Downloads: 7
[audio]Simeon Wright - Simeon’s Story: An Eyewitness Account of the Kidnapping of Emmett Till - February 8, 2011 - Kansas City Public Library
Simeon Wright discussed the 1955 kidnapping and murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till and explains what life was like before, during, and after the trial. This event was held at the Central Library Branch of the Kansas City Public Library on February 8, 2011.
Keywords: Kansas City Public Library; event; Simeon Wright; Eyewitness; Kidnapping; Emmett Till
Downloads: 27
[audio]Robert Rydell - Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s - Kansas City Public Library
Robert Rydell, professor of history at Montana State University, discussed the Depression-era World's Fairs that gave hope to millions and offered visions of future progress at the Central Library on May 17, 2011.
Keywords: Kansas City Public Library; Robert Rydell; World's Fairs
Downloads: 33
[audio]Mike Ferner - Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan - Kansas City Public Library
Vietnam War veteran and Veterans for Peace Interim Director Mike Ferner discussed the Windows & Mirrors Exhibit and offers his thoughts on the Afghan War and its effect on civilians. This event took place on November 13, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Mike Ferner; Windows and Mirrors; Afghanistan; war; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 6
[audio]Muslims and Jews in Christian America - Charles L. Cohen - Kansas City Public Library
Charles L. Cohen kicked off this year’s McKinzie Symposium with a discussion of the issues facing minority religions in a political landscape dominated by Christianity. This event took place on February 27, 2014 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Charles Cohen; religion; McKinzie Symposium; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 6
[audio]ShhGirl! Magazine: The Conversation - Kansas City Public Library
To commemorate the launch of ShhGirl! Magazine, an online networking magazine geared toward empowering women with knowledge through life experiences, editor Serita Belton presents the panel discussion. The discussion featured men from a wide range of backgrounds answering questions on thoughts of race, politics, marriage, and careers in the 21st century. This event took place on September 9, 2010 at the Central Library.
Keywords: serita belton; ShhGirl! Magazine; men; women; communication; roles; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 14
[audio]Titanic Lives: Julie Hedgepeth Williams Discuss Survivors of the Titanic - Kansas City Public Library
Journalist Julie Hedgepeth Williams examined the saga of her great uncle Albert and his family, passengers on the doomed liner. This event took place on April 15, 2012 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Julie Hedgepeth Williams; Titanic survivors; Titanic centennial; Missouri Valley Sundays; MVSC; author; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 18
[audio]Robert W. Merry - Where They Stand: Ranking the Presidents - Kansas City Public Library
Author Robert W. Merry wrapped up the presidential election - and the Hail to the Chiefs series - with a fresh, playful and challenging way of rating our presidents. This event took place on November 27, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Robert Merry; presidents; Hail to the Chiefs; author; Where They Stand; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 22
[audio]David Herlihy: The Lost Cyclist - Kansas City Public Library
David Herlihy presents his book about Frank Lenz, a young man who left his home in Pittsburgh, Pa., in the spring of 1892 to cycle around the world on a new-fangled "pneumatic safety" (the prototype of the modern bicycle), only to disappear mysteriously in Turkey. This event took place on September 29, 2010, at the Plaza branch.
Keywords: David Herlihy; The Lost Cyclist; author; event; turkey; bicycle; Frank Lenz; William Sachtleben; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 42
[audio]The Dickens You Hardly Know - Kansas City Public Library
Think you know Charles Dickens? A special performance by members of Kansas Cityâs acting community, who performed five scenes from five Dickens books in 50 minutes, helped celebrate the bicentennial of the Victorian novelistâs birth. This event took place on October 30, 2012 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Melinda McCrary; Kate O’Neill; Robert Gibby Brand; John Rensenhouse; Charles Dickens; Kansas City Repertory Theatre; Unicorn Theatre; Kansas City Actors Theatre; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 23
[audio]Ronald Smith: Thomas Ewing Jr. - Kansas City Public Library
Historian Ron Smith discusses his new book Thomas Ewing Jr.: Frontier Lawyer and Civil War General. Smith takes readers back to Bleeding Kansas, with its border ruffians and land speculators, to show how Thomas Ewing Jr. and his family played pivotal roles in the history of Kansas, Missouri, and the nation. This event took place on October 21, 2009, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th Street, Kansas City, MO.
Keywords: ron smith; thomas ewing jr; civil war; bleeding kansas; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 43
[audio]Meet The Past Sneak Preview - Kansas City Public Library
Kansas City Public Library Director Crosby Kemper III, Director of Public Affairs Henry Fortunato, and renowned Kansas City historian Bill Worley host a preview of the Meet the Past television series. This event took place on October 1, 2009, at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main Street, Kansas City, MO.
Keywords: meet the past; KCPT; kansas city public library
Downloads: 13
[audio]Welcome to the Country of Writing - Kansas City Public Library
Kansas City Public Library writer-in-residence Ann Hagedorn presents four talks in October and November 2008, intended to help aspiring writers research, write, and publish a book. Welcome to the Country of Writing was presented on October 15, 2008.
Keywords: Kansas City Public Library; Ann Hagedorn; writing
Downloads: 34
[audio]Peace, They Say - Jay Nordlinger - Kansas City Public Library
Journalist Jay Nordlinger talked about the sometimes controversial individuals who have won the Nobel Peace Prize and those who didn’t but should have. This event took place on June 11, 2013 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Jay Nordinger; Nobel Peace Prize; author; Peace; They Say; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 4
[audio]William H. Chafe - William Jefferson Clinton - Kansas City Public Library
Author William H. Chafe, who studies American politics through politiciansâ personal lives, revealed the core complexity of William Jefferson Clinton as an individual, a husband, and as a national public figure. This event took place on September 27, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: William Chafe; William Clinton; president; Hail to the Chiefs; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 32
[audio]Bach Aria Soloists: Musical Tales featuring Ferdinand the Bull - Kansas City Public Library
The Bach Aria Soloists brought to life the drama of the cherished childrenâs classic "Ferdinand the Bull" with music by English composer Alan Ridout, performed by violinist Elizabeth Suh Lane and further interpreted by actor Stuart Rider. This event took place on November 19, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Bach Aria Soloists; Elizabeth Suh Lane; Stuart Rider; Ferdinand the Bull; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 43
[audio]Cydney Millstein: 100 Years of Hare & Hare - Kansas City Public Library
Author and architectural historian Cyndney Millstein discussed the exhibit Century of Legendary Places: The Legacy of Kansas City's Hare & Hare. The talk marked the opening night of a year-long installation. This event took place on March 31, 2011 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Cyndney Millstein; author; architecture; Hare & Hare; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 11
[audio]Daniel Wildcat: Red Alert! - Kansas City Public Library
Daniel Wildcat, director of the American Indian studies program and the Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center at Haskell Indian Nations University, discusses his book Red Alert!, which has been described as "a stirring call to action." This event took place on April 21, 2010, at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main Street, Kansas City, MO. Wildcat says that "what the world needs today is a good dose of indigenous realism." Wildcat draws upon ancient Native American wisdom and nature-centered beli...
Keywords: daniel wildcat; red alert; native american; indigenous; natives; indians; america; wisdom; nature; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 52
[audio]Robin Stone: My Times in Black and White - Kansas City Public Library
Robin Stone, who wrote the afterward for her late husband Gerald Boyd's memoir, discusses the book and Boyd's life, including his rise to become the first black managing editor of The New York Times and his devastating fall. This event took place on June 10, 2010, at the Central Library.
Keywords: Robin Stone; My Times in Black and White; new york times; gerald boyd; reporter; journalism; jayson blair; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 15
[audio]Eisenhower: Agent of Change - Kansas City Public Library
Representatives from the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum discussed the scientific, social, and political changes that took place during the Eisenhower presidency. This event took place on July 21, 2011 at the Central Branch.
Keywords: Eisenhower; Agent of Change; Tim Rives; Mary Burtzloff; William Snyder; Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 26
[audio]Paola Gianturco - Grandmother Power - Kansas City Public Library
Photojournalist Paola Gianturco illustrated how todayâs grandmothers are embracing activism to create a better world for grandchildren everywhere. This event took place on October 9, 2012 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Paola Gianturco; author; Grandmother Power; activism; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 26
[audio]Dr. Jacob Wagner: Rebuilding the Crescent City - Kansas City Public Library
Wagner discusses the progress of disaster recovery and the role of historic preservation in the battle to rebuild New Orleans, with a special emphasis on the current struggle to preserve the historic Mid-City neighborhood. This presentation took place on April 13, 2009, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO.
Keywords: Dr. Jacob Wagner; new orleans; disaster recovery; historic preservation; kansas city public library
Downloads: 55
[audio]The Citizens Project - What Is Kansas City’s Long-Range Financial Plan? - Kansas City Public Library
Steve Kraske of KCURâs Up to Date moderated a panel of experts discussing Kansas Cityâs financial planning and budgeting process. This was the first of four forums identifying and exploring key municipal public policy issues facing Kansas City. This event took place on January 17, 2013 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Citizens Association of Kansas City; Troy Schulte; Jan Marcason; James Gegg; Alfred Ho; Steve Kraske; KCUR; Up to Date; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 16
[audio]Adam Arenson - The Great Heart of the Republic: St. Louis and the Cultural Civil War - Kansas City Public Library
Historian Adam Arenson examined the efforts of St. Louisâ intellectuals and mercantile elite to make their city the capital of a vast Western empire in the wake of the Civil War. This event took place on February 8, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Adam Arenson; St. Louis; Cultural Civil War; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 22
[audio]James McCommons: Waiting on a Train - Kansas City Public Library
Veteran journalist James McCommons discusses his new book, Waiting on a Train, The Embattled Future of Passenger Rail Service, which is equal parts travel narrative, personal memoir, and investigative journalism. He explores how the country may move passenger rail forward in America--and what role government should play in creating and funding mass-transportation systems. This event took place on May 27, 2010, at the Central Library.
Keywords: James McCommons; Waiting on a Train; trains; american; rail; service; author; kansas city; kansas city public library
Downloads: 13
[audio]Eric Adler & Laura Bauer - Joplin 5/22/11: Tragedy and Recovery in the Wake of an Epic Storm - Kansas City Public Library
Kansas City Star reporters Eric Adler and Laura Bauer discussed a new book chronicling the paperâs coverage of the tornado that devastated Joplin and the efforts of residents and volunteers who have helped the community heal. This event took place on October 9, 2011 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Eric Adler; Laura Bauer; Kansas City Star; Kansas City Star Books; Joplin tornado; author; Joplin 5:41; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 10
[audio]Marjorie Agosin - Of Earth and Sea: A Chilean Memoir - Kansas City Public Library
In Of Earth and Sea, Marjorie Agosin draws upon her experiences as a child in Chile, an expatriate abroad, and a minority Jew -- even in the land she calls home -- to create a striking portrait of a life of exile. This event took place on October 4, 2010, at the Central Library.
Keywords: Marjorie Agosin; Of Earth and Sea: A Chilean Memoir; author; event; chile; exile; war; jewish; latina; kansas city; hispanic heritage month; kansas city public library
Downloads: 33
[audio]Tony Goldman: Re-Developing the Future - Kansas City Public Library
One of the prime movers of the neighborhood revivals of New Yorkâs Soho and Miamiâs South Beach, Tony Goldman shared his experiences as an innovative real estate development leader. This event took place at the Central Library on April 18, 2011.
Keywords: Kansas City Public Library; Tony Goldman; real estate
Downloads: 15
[audio]Richard Farnan - Kansas City’s Art Deco Masterpieces - Kansas City Public Library
Architect Richard Farnan explored Kansas City buildings that exemplify the best in art deco design, including the Power & Light Building and the Jackson County Courthouse. This event took place on July 15, 2012 at the Plaza Branch.
Keywords: Richard Farnan; architecture; art deco; Kansas City; Kansas City Public Library
Downloads: 17
[audio]David Atkinson: Appointing the Supreme Court - Kansas City Public Library
David Atkinson, Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor of Political Science and Law at UMKC, has been a student of the Court for more than 40 years. Atkinson's experience makes him uniquely suited to compare and contrast the differences between the Court today and during Truman's era, paying close attention to the role of the news media and the Senate. This presentation took place on October 5, 2009 at the Plaza Branch, 4801 Main Street, Kansas City, MO.
Keywords: David Atkinson; UMKC; supreme court; event; plaza; kansas city public library
Downloads: 34
[audio]Johnny D. Boggs - Jesse James and the Movies - Kansas City Public Library
Western author Johnny D. Boggs examined the cinematic heritage of Missouri outlaw Jesse James to separate fact from fiction and myth from reality. This event took place on July 15, 2012 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Johnny Boggs; author; Jesse James; movies; Missouri Valley Special Collections; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
Downloads: 40
[audio]Mike & Roxie's Vegetable Paradise - Kansas City Public Library
Longtime Kansas City Star columnist Mike Hendricks and his wife, local blogger Roxie Hammill, discussed their new book Mike and Roxie's Vegetable Paradise on February 24, 2010, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO. The book serves as both a how-to manual and a memoir based on the authors' 25 years of gardening in the Kansas City area and offers tips on how readers can save money and take charge of what they eat by growing their own food in their own backyard...
Keywords: mike hendricks; roxie hammill; gardening; author; memoir; kansas city; organic; local; kansas city public library
Downloads: 25
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